With younger sister, Willow Smith, seen hanging out with the magnificent, brunette teenager, and youthful Jaden Smith supposedly dating Kylie Jenner, the New York Times has compared the Smith family to the Kardashian kin, considerably to the well-known Smith patriarch’s dismay. ‘For our family, the whole arrangement of our life, our house, our business relationships — the whole goal is for everyone in order to create in ways which makes them happy,’ he described. Asserting that “fame is an almost inconsequential byproduct of what we’re attempting to achieve,” Will goes on to assert that exploitation and recognition of the media aren’t his intention, but that he’s a greater goal.
Seemingly Willow has taken a rest from singing based on her own choice to “only be 12,” and would rather visit school with her friends, even though her dad was gearing up for her to get into acting with a character in “Annie,” the remake by Jay-Z. The tween persevered because he encourages his kids to live their own fantasies and make their own choices and Will relented. 14 year old Jaden is following in his dad’s footsteps and is only coming off his costarring part in the picture that is new, “After Earth,” sharing the billboard with his dad.
Does Will’s appall at being in comparison with the Kardashians mean he believes his family is more gifted, better and deserving? Or does he simply need to stay the Smith’s, well-known without comparison?
‘ we’re attempting to have fun, we’re attempting to place wonderful things into the world, and we’re attempting to become the best variations of ourselves in the procedure for doing things we adore,” Will said, to the New York Times Magazine. How can we understand the Kardashians will not be attempting to do exactly the same?